For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart. Hebrews 4:12
What is DBS?
What is DBS?
Be discipled by the active Word of God.
In this sequel to the Discipleship Training School, the 3 month Discipleship Bible School will take you on a journey through Genesis to Revelation. It will give you tools to study the Bible effectively for the rest of your life. Revolutionize your understanding of the Bible and be enlightened by the truth it speaks!
Purpose of DBS
- Experience the Bible in a diverse and interactive way. You will be challenged and inspired as you take part in study, reflection and discussion with your staff and classmates.
- Worship God in both Spirit and Truth. We can’t know the Spirit without knowing the Truth, and we can’t know the Truth without the Spirit. The goal of the Discipleship Bible School is to teach you how to be discipled by the Bible by reading through the lens of the Holy Spirit.
- Deepen your understanding of the overall story of the Bible. Experience the story from a bird's eye view, capturing the intentional story of God's Redemptive Plan.
unlock the true meaning of the text.
Have you ever wondered how the Old Testament connects to the New Testament? Or what God’s heart is for massive topics like justice and freedom? Do you feel like you only know certain Bible stories, but want more? In the Discipleship Bible School, you get to explore the whole overview of the Bible, understand what it means for yourself, and be transformed by the living Word of God! International Biblical teachers will educate you in historical context to understand the background of each book: the author, the reader, and the circumstances of the time. This will give you a foundation to jump into the depths of the Bible for yourself!
Discover the historical context, but also learn how to apply timeless Biblical Principles to your own life. Each week of the school focuses on a different time period and flows chronologically from the creation of the world to John’s revelation of Jesus’ second coming.
Some Weekly Topics:
- Origins and Worldview
- David and the Kings
- Post Exilic and Intertestamental
- Early Church